Water well drilling is an ancient project. Manually digging a water well is the cheapest way to get water source in some areas of the world. However, using mechanical drilling to drill water well which can offer a faster, more efficient option.
There are two methods to help you to choose water well drilling rig: one is match the geology; two is the cost of short term and long term. Of course, mechanical well drill rig might be able to complete the project quickly and the budget is reasonable. Getting one drill rig is good choice if you want to drill water well or get core from underground.
There are several popular methods, each with its own pros and cons, so consider your needs and the geology of your area of operation before committing to a mechanical drill rig.
Drilling mud keeps borehole open eliminating need for drive casings
Faster than cable tool and jetting methods
Drilling through rock only possible with larger rigs
Multiple motors consume more fuel per hour than cable tool rig
Large rigs require support vehicles to haul water and drill pipe
Fastest drilling method
Quicker setup than other methods
Most expensive method
Consumes the most fuel per hour
Requires support vehicles and large air compressor
As you can see, there are lots of options for drilling water wells. The drilling method that works best for you, depends on your geology, your brawn and your budget.
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